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Why we need to distinguish day-to-day weather from long-term trends.
Gridlocked roads, packed trains and crowded beaches are reported as temperatures soar.
The move comes weeks after China imposed a controversial national security law on Hong Kong.
A study that involves swabbing a randomly select group of households found positive tests were increasing.
Red Bull's Max Verstappen is ahead of Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton in first practice at the British Grand Prix.
Many weddings were cancelled during lockdown, while some will have to change to meet the new rules.
Restrictions will not end Eid celebrations despite plans being cancelled, a Muslim leader says.
Dermot Kennedy and Paul Mescal create a unique performance in the Natural History Museum that they say wouldn’t have been possible in front of a live audience.
The Court of Appeal rules her bid to fight for her citizenship in the UK must go to the highest court.
The country had spent three months without any new infections before an outbreak in Da Nang city.
The tour firm cancels trips to Spain until mid-August but adds more holidays to Greece and Turkey.
The Premier League is looking at "clinical passports" to help get fans back into stadiums to watch matches, says chief executive Richard Masters.
Former Manchester City scout Barry Bennell admits nine sexual offences dating between 1979 and 1988.
In the papers, a key accuser also alleges the pair were equally involved in sex trafficking.
The star is "disappointed" to hear allegations of harassment and intimidation on her chat show.
IAG group boss says recovery from "extreme times" will take at least three years.
More than four million people in northern England face new restrictions, but what does a local lockdown mean?
Pent-up demand and the stamp duty holiday boosted prices, but Nationwide warns it could be a false dawn.
Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James calls for his fellow NBA players to "keep our foot on the gas" in the push for racial justice as the season resumes in Orlando.
As shielding ends for the 'elderly and vulnerable' will the world they are about to be re-enter be less accessible than the one they left four months ago?